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September 24

• At 11:56 pm, the Bellows Falls Police Department responded to a residence on Williams Street in the village of Bellows Falls with a reported disturbance. After investigation, Alias ​​Hazen-Foster, 25, of Bellows Falls, was arrested for domestic violence committed in front of a child. Hazen-Foster was subpoenaed to appear in court on September 27 to answer the charge, and released.

September 26

• At approximately 7:50 pm, Vermont State Police received a 911 call from a residence on Lawrence Hill Road in Vernon, reporting a family fight. Vermont State Police responded and determined that Markus Fredell, 47, of Vernon, had physically assaulted another family member. Fredell was arrested and transported to Westminster State Police Barracks for treatment. Fredell was then released with a citation and conditions to appear in Vermont Superior Court, Windham Criminal Division, on the charge of aggravated assault in the first degree.

• On September 26, the Bellows Falls Police Department responded to PK on Rockingham Street with a report that an employee had been assaulted. An investigation determined that Alias ​​Hazen-Foster, 25, of Bellows Falls, assaulted an employee. Several attempts to locate Hazen-Foster have failed. On September 27, a search warrant was granted for Hazen-Foster’s residence on Rockingham Street. Entry was made and Alias ​​Hazen-Foster was taken into custody. Hazen-Foster was housed at the Southern State Correctional Facility in Springfield in lieu of a $ 5,000 bond.

September 28

• At approximately 10:15 am on July 25, Vermont State Police received a vehicle theft report from H&M Auto Sales. Upon arrival at the garage, it was discovered that the vehicle had recently been returned by the person who stole it. The investigation revealed that Jennifer Peduzzi, 51, of Vernon, was the person who stole the vehicle and later returned it. It was learned that Peduzzi had a driver’s license with criminal suspension at the time the vehicle was stolen. Peduzzi was located on September 28 and subpoenaed to appear before the Criminal Division of the Superior Court of Vermont, Windham County, on charges of exploitation without owners’ consent, robbery and criminal license suspension. To drive.

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